Duration: 3 hours
Broadleaf crops are made up of dicotyledon plants; they are plants that emerge from the ground with two seed leaves, as opposed to monocotyledon crops (grass/cereal crops) that emerge with one seed leaf. Monocotyledon plants (grasses) have more than one stem (called a tiller) whereas dicotyledons have one main stem. In this course, you'll establish the difference between broadleaf and grass crops. You'll also learn about the needs of , including faba beans, field peas, mung beans, soy beans, peanuts, and more.
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